Trusted Computing and DRM

  title={Trusted Computing and DRM},
  author={N. Zaidenberg and P. Neittaanm{\"a}ki and Michael Kiperberg and A. Resh},
Trusted Computing is a special branch of computer security. One branch of computer security involves protection of systems against external attacks. In that branch we include all methods that are used by system owners against external attackers, for example Firewalls, IDS, IPS etc. In all those cases the system owner installs software that uses its own means to determine if a remote user is malicious and terminates the attack. (Such means can be very simple such as detecting signatures of… Expand
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